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This image was taken of a panel from a metal street bin covered with time-honored layers of paint,

Rustic Metal and Paint Series I

Sharon Steinbach
This naturally occurring marble - that adorns a New York City building - in close-up offers a

Marble Waves

Sharon Steinbach
In the heart of Rome, this image captures the essence of the city’s rich history and architectural

Architectural Beauty of Rome, Italy

Sharon Steinbach
Biblical figures are reflected in a shop window in New York's Little Italy, juxtaposed again the

Spiritual Reflections

Sharon Steinbach
This macro photograph of an orange tulip was lensed at the Keukenhof Gardens in the Netherlands, a

Tulip Beyond the Naked Eye

Sharon Steinbach
Harlem, the birthplace and residence of some of the most admired artists since the mid-19th century,

Historic Harlem Brownstones

Sharon Steinbach
On the periphery of Amsterdam’s Red-Light District, this photograph highlights the essence of

Amsterdam Street

Sharon Steinbach
These classic Maine lobster trap buoys have rustic charm, naturally weathered and distressed.

Rustic Lobster Traps Buoys II

Sharon Steinbach
Looking out of Rembrandt’s window, this image captures a view from within an upper floor of the

Rembrandt’s Window

Sharon Steinbach
Bethesda Fountain, “Angel of the Waters,” is at the heart of New York City’s Central Park, which

Bethesda Fountain, Central Park

Sharon Steinbach
Traveling along the winding roads of Beddeck, Nova Scotia, this quaint old church was spotted atop a

Church on a Hill, Nova Scotia

Sharon Steinbach
This montage of New York City's iconic and vibrant Central Park showcases the many activities and

Colorful Central Park Montage

Sharon Steinbach

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